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  1. John took a close interest in Wales and knew the country well, visiting every year between 1204 and 1211 and marrying his illegitimate daughter, Joan, to the Welsh prince Llywelyn the Great. The King used the marcher lords and the native Welsh to increase his own territory and power, striking a sequence of increasingly precise deals backed by royal military power with the Welsh rulers. [159]

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    Het jaar 1204 is het 4e jaar in de 13e eeuw volgens de christelijke jaartelling Gebeurtenissen Vierde Kruistocht - Beleg en val van Constantinopel. januari ...

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    In 1204 the city's dual authority was formalised in a treaty, with the prince-bishops of Liège and the dukes of Brabant holding joint sovereignty over the city. Soon afterwards the first ring of medieval walls were built.

  4. Biografía Córdoba. Maimónides nació en Córdoba al final de la denominada edad de oro de la cultura judía en al-Ándalus, [5] en el seno de una distinguida familia, por vía paterna, de jueces rabínicos, estudiosos y dirigentes comunitarios, documentada desde el siglo X y que pretendía descender del rabí Yehudá Hanasí, de la segunda mitad del siglo II, redactor de la Mishná.

  5. (1204) 23 Limosín: Provincia: Limoges (1589) 24 Foix: Condado: Foix (1607) 25 Auvernia: Condado: Clermont-Ferrand: Creado a partir del Condado de Auvernia (dominio real en 1457). 26 Bearne: Provincia: Pau: Creado a partir del vizcondado de Bearne (dominio real en 1620). 27 Alsacia: Provincia: Estrasburgo, parlamento en Colmar

  6. Friday the 13th is considered an unlucky day in Western superstition.It occurs when the 13th day of the month in the Gregorian calendar falls on a Friday, which happens at least once every year but can occur up to three times in the same year.

  7. On 12 April 1204, the crusaders inflicted a severe sacking on Constantinople for three days, during which many ancient and medieval Roman and Greek works were either stolen or destroyed. Despite their oaths and the threat of excommunication, the Crusaders ruthlessly and systematically violated the city's holy sanctuaries, destroying, defiling, or stealing all they could lay hands on; nothing ...